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    Hallo!
    I wonder is there a way to migrate only Exchange global address book to zimbra (or synchronize with zimbra GAL?)?
    I get new zimbra serwer to users who changed company. They worked for company, domain -> xyz.com (exchange 2003), now they have accounts on the zimbra server, domain sss.com.
    Haw can I import only Global Address List from Exchange?
    I try tu use csvde but i don't now how zimbra mapping conntacts fields.
    I don't want import any passwords, mails, ....

    Regards

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    Welcome to the forums

    Please update your profile with the following information as it will help us to provide the best solution for you.
    Code:
    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol -v

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    You may wish to have a read through GAL Sync Account - Zimbra :: Wiki.

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    Thanks a lot it works for me

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    i have a question regarding this process. When i reach the end of the setup wizard and click on 'test' i get the message: GAL search test failed. below are my settings

    Server type: Active directory
    ldap url: ldap://192.168.50.92:3268
    ldap search base: DC=exch,DC=it-mgt,DC=net
    use DN/password: yes
    bind dn: sanga.c

    please provide a search term: Im not sure what this is supposed to be. i used an account that already in exchange.

    What logs can i look a to see if sync is taking place as well?

    thanks

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    i got it to work but ran into an issue with the command line implementation. had to split between command line and gui to get it working correctly

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    Quote Originally Posted by sangamc View Post
    i have a question regarding this process. When i reach the end of the setup wizard and click on 'test' i get the message: GAL search test failed. below are my settings

    Server type: Active directory
    ldap url: ldap://192.168.50.92:3268
    ldap search base: DC=exch,DC=it-mgt,DC=net
    use DN/password: yes
    bind dn: sanga.c

    please provide a search term: Im not sure what this is supposed to be. i used an account that already in exchange.

    What logs can i look a to see if sync is taking place as well?

    thanks
    You should change your settings:

    Server type: Active directory
    ldap url: ldap://YourLdapServer.com
    ldap search base: ou=(where is your users container?),DC=it-mgt,DC=net
    use DN/password: yes
    search term * (for example)

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